Argumentation in Practice

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Frans H. Van Eemeren, Peter Houtlosser
John Benjamins Publishing, 1.1.2005 - 368 sivua
Since the late 1950s the study of argumentation has developed from a marginal part of logic and rhetoric into a genuine interdisciplinary academic discipline. After having first been primarily concerned with creating an adequate philosophical perspective on argumentation, argumentation theorists have gradually shifted their focus of attention to a more immediate concern with the ins and outs of argumentative praxis. What exactly are the characteristics of situated argumentative discourse in different argumentative 'action types'? How is the discourse influenced by institutional and contextual constraints? In what way can prominent cases of argumentative discourse be fruitfully analysed? Argumentation in Practice aims to provide insight into some important facets of argumentative praxis and the different ways in which it can be approached. The first part of this volume, 'Conceptions of problems in argumentative practice', introduces useful theoretical perspectives. The second part, 'Empirical studies of argumentative practice', contains both empirical studies of a general kind and several types of specific case studies.
 

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List of contributors
1
CHAPTER
4
CHAPTER
6
The issue in argumentation practice and theory
11
CHAPTER 2
29
CHAPTER 3
43
CHAPTER 4
53
CHAPTER 5
69
Competing demands multiple ideals and the structure
181
CHAPTER 13
197
CHAPTER 14
215
CHAPTER 15
231
CHAPTER 16
251
CHAPTER 17
267
The use of arguments from perceived opposition in U S terrorism policy
285
CHAPTER 19
305

CHAPTER 6
87
CHAPTER 7
99
On the pragmatics of argumentative discourse
115
CHAPTER 10
145
CHAPTER 11
163
CHAPTER 20
321
CHAPTER 21
337
Index
367
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